Favorable market conditions saw Malaysian new-vehicle sales in January climb to 54,696 units, from prior-year’s 50,622. Passenger-car deliveries were up 7.9% to 49,589 units, while commercial-vehicle sales rose 9.9% to 5,107. The Malaysian Automotive Assn. says sales were boosted by the availability of the 2011 production stock. The government’s Bernama news agency reports auto makers increased production 17.5% to 60,283 units to meet Chinese New Year deliveries. Passenger-vehicle ...
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